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RDP

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RDP

(Remote Desktop Protocol) An input/output presentation protocol from Microsoft that governs the keyboard, mouse and screen formatting between clients and servers in a thin client environment. Based on the T.share protocol, RDP is used by Microsoft's Terminal Services and Remote Desktop Services to provide thin client, centralized architecture for the datacenter. In addition to PCs, dedicated terminals are also available that run RDP. See thin client, Terminal Services and Remote Desktop Services.
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Researchers managed to breed the defect out of epileptic mice by balancing "good" and "bad" genes - the researchers found genes without the defective version of ATP1A3 cancelled out genes with it during breeding.
By breeding these epileptic mice with mice that had an extra copy of a non-defective version of ATP1A3 gene, the research team noticed that their offspring were born without this debilitating condition.
Using AHCF funding, we studied the functional impact of patient-specific mutations in the ATP1A3 gene, and it became clear that an organized clinic for children with AHC would not only help optimize care for these patients, but also allow us to better refine our outstanding research questions.